Irish Studies Online combines a variety of leading research in Irish Studies in to one online resource. It offers over 100 ebook volumes including the following series: Reappraisals in Irish History, Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland, Liverpool Studies in Irish Literature, Clemson University Press, Writers and their Work, Eighteenth-Century Worlds, Liverpool English Texts and Studies, and more.
It includes over 50 volumes (1961–2004) of academic research published in the renowned journals Eighteenth-Century Ireland and Studia Hibernica.
What are the benefits to your library?
- Comprehensive: an expansive collection of monograph volumes and journal articles with over 60,000 pages of international scholarship from An Army of Tribes to Yeats in the Senate.
- Exclusive: all content is only available to libraries directly from LUP as part of this collection.
- No embargo: immediate online access to the current content and all new releases in the Reappraisals in Irish History, Liverpool Studies in Irish Literature, and Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland series over a five-year period. Plus, during this time libraries will also receive annual updates to include a selection of ebooks across Irish Studies released over the previous 12 months.
- Wide-ranging: Studia Hibernica was founded in 1961 and Eighteenth-Century Ireland in 1986, combining the journal archives with the ebook content offers comprehensive coverage of Irish Studies as a discipline.
- Interdisciplinary: the collection offers a broad perspective on a variety of themes relating to Irish Studies including: history, society and culture, literature, religious studies, political history, language, gender studies, power, class, migration, economics, geography, and anthropology.
- Renowned authors: noted contributors include Neil Corcoran, Virginia Crossman, Marianne Elliott, Gerardine Meaney, Frank Shovlin, Matthew Reznicek, Ragini Mohite, Zan Cammack, Neil Mann, James Murphy, Jacqueline R. Hill, Máirín Nic Eoin, Nessa Ní Shéaghadha and Katherine O'Donnell.
- Key monographs: Irish, Catholic and Scouse: The History of the Liverpool-Irish, 1800-1940, An Army of Tribes: British Army Cohesion, Deviancy and Murder in Northern Ireland, Moving Histories: Irish Women’s Emigration to Britain from Independence to Republic, The Golden Thread: Irish Women Playwrights, Reader's Guide to Yeats' A Vision, Ireland and Partition.
- Key articles: The 1916 Rising—a Coup d’État or a ‘Bloody Protest’? by F.X. Martin, Harvests and Hardship: Famine and Scarcity in Ireland in the Late 1720s by James Kelly, Mrs. Dingley’s Spectacles: Swift, Print and Desire by Aileen Douglas, and Design and Rule: Women in the Irish Countryside 1715-1831 by Finola O’Kane.
- Interactive: available on our new super-fast, feature-rich online eReader which presents volumes with a crisp fully-scalable image and the ability to zoom in, bookmark, copy text, print, and download.
- Digitally preserved: All content is digitally preserved in the CLOCKSS Archive.
One-off purchase: £9,500* / US$15,000
One-off purchase includes immediate access to all current content plus five years' worth of future content. Online access is in perpetuity and there are no online hosting fees.
*Institutions in the EU are subject to their respective country’s tax rate for digital goods if not VAT registered.
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